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What does the Super League mean for women's football?

It could so easily have been overlooked. A throwaway line, or so it appeared, in the new European Super League's press statement released late on Sunday night.

"As soon as practicable after the start of the men’s competition, a corresponding women’s league will also be launched, helping to advance and develop the women’s game."

Enough to sow seeds of doubt and accusation but...

Women's football, women's sport, Women's Super League, Tottenham, Spurs

"Grateful" Morgan confirms Tottenham exit

US superstar Alex Morgan has confirmed she has played her last game for Tottenham Hotspur following the postponement of last weekend's game against Chelsea.

Morgan will now return to her parent club Orlando Pride having joined Spurs in September following the birth of her daughter in May. She made five appearances, scoring two goals.

"I will be forever grateful," Morgan said...

Football, women's football, women's sport

Women's Super League review: City's late winner breaks Arsenal

Manchester City had to wait until the 94th minute to come up with a winner against Arsenal, claiming a 2-1 victory having gone behind to an early Vivianne Miedema goal. Sam Mewis equalised on half an hour before Caroline Weir took advantage of some chaotic Arsenal defending to turn in Georgia Stanway's blocked shot.

Manchester United remain out in front but struggled to overcome a...

Football, women's football, women's sport

Women's Super League review: Morgan's first goal helps Spurs to first win

American superstar Alex Morgan scored her maiden goal for Tottenham as the side finally secured a first victory of the season in the Women's Super League with a 3-1 win against Brighton.

Kerys Harrop gave Spurs an early lead only for Inessa Kaagman to equalise from the penalty spot. Angela Addison put the home side back in front before Morgan made her mark late on.


Women's football, women's sport, Women's Super League, Tottenham, Spurs

Tottenham appoint Lionesses coach Rehanne Skinner as new boss

England assistant coach Rehanne Skinner has been named as the new head coach at Tottenham Hotspur, replacing the sacked duo of Juan Amoros and Karen Hills.

Skinner will leave her role with the Lionesses with immediate effect, having agreed a contract with Spurs until the end of the 2022-23 season.

Tottenham are currently 11th in the Women's Super League table with no wins...

Football, women's football, women's sport

Managerial merry-go-round begins as Spurs and West Ham seek new coaches

Two Women's Super League clubs have parted with their management teams in reaction to poor starts to the season.

Tottenham sacked Karen Hills and Juan Amoros even though the pair only signed new contracts in September. Spurs are second from bottom in the table having failed to register a win in their first seven matches.

The duo had worked together since 2011 and Hills'...

Spurs to sign Alex Morgan in biggest transatlantic move so far

Tottenham are on the verge of the sensational signing of superstar Alex Morgan as the wave of arrivals from America continues in the Women's Super League.

Morgan has been without a club since having her first child in May and is understood to have agreed a short-term deal until the end of December.

The striker will join fellow World Cup winners Tobin Heath, Christen Press,...

Football, women's football, women's sport

Women's Super League Round-Up: Tottenham, Aston Villa and West Ham

With clubs back in training and the new season approaching, Women's Sport Daily rounds up the latest news from the Women's Super League:


Former Birmingham City defender Kerys Harrop has joined Tottenham following her departure from the Blues.

The centre-back has agreed a two-year contract.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa have announced their fourth summer signing...